Bloomberg pollster: Candidate's campaign will focus on climate change, guns, education and income inequality

Bloomberg pollster: Candidate's campaign will focus on climate change, guns, education and income inequality
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In an interview with radio talk show host John Catsimatidis, a pollster for Democratic presidential candidate Michael BloombergMichael Rubens BloombergThe Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by AdvaMed - House panel expected to approve impeachment articles Thursday Krystal Ball warns about lagging youth support for Buttigieg Bloomberg unveils proposal to increase earned income tax credit, federal funding for housing programs MORE, Doug SchoenDouglas SchoenSunday shows - Focus shifts to Judiciary impeachment hearing Bloomberg pollster: Candidate's campaign will focus on climate change, guns, education and income inequality Ukraine scandal shows that foreign influence is a bipartisan affair MORE said that the billionaire's campaign will center around the issues of climate change, guns,  education and income inequality.

“He’s focused on climate, given his role as the Special Representative of the [UN] Secretary General on Climate," pollster Doug Schoen told Catsimatidis.

"Guns, certainly, Schoen continued. "He has had great success passing anti-gun violence legislation in the state legislatures. He helped run a medical school and run Johns Hopkins… And ultimately he needs to tell the story of how he’s created thousands of jobs, and what we need to do as a country to reduce income inequality.”

Shoen also elaborated on Bloomberg's campaign strategy.

“[Bloomberg] anticipates both doing voter registration and also running a separate track of anti-Trump ads ... Americans should expect to see ads touting Mike Bloomberg and also attacking Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by AdvaMed - House panel expected to approve impeachment articles Thursday Democrats worried by Jeremy Corbyn's UK rise amid anti-Semitism Warren, Buttigieg duke it out in sprint to 2020 MORE," he said.

The former New York mayor headlines earlier in the week when he announced that he would privately fund his campaign, a move that automatically disqualifies him from the primary debates. Bloomberg has also said that he will only focus on Super Tuesday states and will not focus on early states like Iowa and New Hampshire.

Bloomberg's net worth is over $50 million.